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breakfast time yet. well...i wasn't expecting this. >> nick: it's gonna take more than this to prove that will shot ej. >> gabi: did you say something? >> nick: no. i was just waiting for you to wake up. you want me to get you some breakfast? >> gabi: mm, you know what? >> nick: hmm? >> gabi: not quite yet. >> nick: no? >> gabi: mm-mm. >> brady: good morning. >> kristen: hi. >> brady: i was just admiring how beautiful you look in the morning. >> kristen: mm. >> brady: in the morning. >> kristen: you don't look so bad yourself. it's nice waking up together, isn't it? >> brady: it is. >> kristen: just think, if we were married... we'd be waking up together every morning for the rest of our lives. >> brady: kristen, kristen... >> kristen: what? >> brady: you have marriage on the brain. my god, you were joking about it last night, here you are this morning talking about it. >> kristen: i know, but brady there's--the thing is... i'm not joking. >> male announcer: like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives. [soft orchestration] ♪ >> johnny: hey, rafe? >> rafe: yeah? >
paull doing business as the rrazz room, 1,000 advanceness. nick? >> the applicant has requested that this item be continued to a later calendar, not a specific date, just when they fix some issues they're attending to. >> okay. public comment on continuing rory paull doing business as the rrazz room, 1,000 van ness. seeing none, public comment is closed. commissioners, can i get a motion to accept the request for continuance? >> i move to accept the request for continuance. >> second. >> same house? >> same house, same call. >> thank you. item 5e, robin talmadge doing business as slovenian hall, 2101 mariposa. nick? >> so, the planning department at the last minute let us know of an unresolved issue with this item. so, i invite a motion to continue this to a later date till that's resolved. and i hope that public comment might be limited just to the president of the slovenian hall. i know there are a lot of people in the audience here to speak on behalf of the item. if the motion pass he, we're not going to consider the substance of this tonight because we cannot until planning
is beginning to talk about it. he did during the campaign. we'll talk about it with nick hanour when we come back. >> we're a nation of doers and dreamers and we work hard. i believe that the way you grow the economy is from the middle out. [ ♪ music ♪ ] yep. yep. ok. sure. why not? woah. touchscreens. put that in your dash. now, luxury stuff. make your seats like that. that thing has wifi, why doesn't your car? you can't do that. ignore that guy. give it wifi. yes! make it fit 5 people. no, 5 actual sized people. give them leg room, good. destroy boring car interiors forever. and that's how you do it. easy. ♪ ♪ >> obama: i believe that the way you grow the economy is from the middle out. i believe in fighting for the middle class because if they're prospering, all of us will prosper. that's the idea of america. that's why america is the greatest nation on earth. >> cenk: that was an ad in the middle of the campaign, and when i saw that, i thought wow that's fascinateing. middle out. that's a phrase that people have started to use. instead of trickle
that includes hundreds of bit parts and abc's nick watt met up with the world's most successful extra. >> oh, my goodness. that is bar refaeli making out with a geek. over 100 million people will scream and squirm when they see this sunday night. it's a go daddy commercial airing during the super bowl. but who is that man behind the makeout? well, he's jesse heyman, one of hollywood's more prolific actors. >> "old school," "american pie 2," "austin powers goldmember", "spiderman," "catch me if you can." so many, it takes a while. >> reporter: jesse is an extra. there he is in "the social network." he's a full-time super extra but he's still just part of the scenery. until, that is, some guy in sweden compiled a where's waldo style reel of jesse's greatest hits and posted it on youtube. >> apparently he was my number one fan from sweden. i didn't even know i had any fans from sweden. >> reporter: well, he does. typecast but talented. he has a burgeoning cult following built up over 12 years, 100-plus movies, including "van wilder" and 100-plus tv shows like "my name is earl" and "the mindy projec
the bombshell announcement he is stepping down. >> at age 85, the pope says he cannot keep up with the job. nick schifrin joins us from rome with more. good morning, nick. >> reporter: good morning, rob. good morning, diana. pope benedict is a shy leader. but he's unpredictable, unprecedented. and it might just guarantee his legacy. at 85, he is silver-haired and cerebral and says he simply can't keep up. pope benedict xvi tells his cardinals in latin, quote, i had to recognize my incapacity to adequately fulfill the ministry entrusted to me. in the last year, benedict grew increasingly frail. >> he certainly slowed down a bit. you could tell he had trouble negotiating steps. he started using the cane several months ago. >> reporter: but the german pope never slowed down, putting the church on an orthodox path. he opposed homosexuality and female priests. he tried to heal wounds, apologizing to victims of sexual abuse. >> they have to come to terms with the priest scandal. they have to be more candid and honest about it. >> reporter: benedict filled stadiums. but he was always a bookworm, more c
for some people whud rather work than party. abc 7 news nick smith joins us live with the story. nick?ính÷fg >> i don't think bridge close you're is going to be the key to tell someone they're not going receive a package. >> or a paycheck? >> absolutely. >> one of the things mo has to do is deliver payroll to several small businesses. in the east bay. so he wants to make sure he gets those payroll checks there on time. now, the plan will be presented to the full board later this month. for more information about the party and celebration, gouk to our web site abc 7 news.com. nick smith abc 7 news. >> looking good, thank you so much. we're kounlting down the days until the new eastern span opens. 201 days to go. stay with us for the latest up indicates as construction continues. >> well, a new government investigation reaffirms clims that chevron could have prevented a massive fire in it's refinery. the report says inspectors warned chevron about a corroded pipe in twut. a decade ago. but it was never replaced. chevron faces a foin for the incident causing eye problems for hows of p
to inspire retailers to form specialized undercover units. abc's nick watt went along with one of them for a bust. >> reporter: we used to call it shoplifting, but now it's so much more. >> i've seen a person pull a razor blade and cut put. >> it could be nothing, it could be something. >> reporter: it's highly organized doing big business. there's even an acronym. o.r.c. organized retail crime. >> it's just like a fortune 500 company. all this is just organized. >> reporter: it costs the retail industry more than $30 billion a year. >> everything from meat to razors to milk. >> reporter: milk? >> yeah. you name it. >> reporter: tide detergent, current hot target. expensive, easy to shift on the streets. they're calling it liquid gold. >> sometimes we get rings that just do alcohol. and then we get some that do meat and sea foot. >> reporter: the loot is moved on for cents on the dollar to fencing operations and sold in plain sight. what do you think is stolen in here? >> well, probably just about everything. >> reporter: underwear, fragrance, clothing. highly sophisticated shoplifting
be the fight of your life. sadly that's not the only battle a hartford county teacher is facing. nick selvey prepares for a major surgery. he's getting a lot of support from family and teachers. now it's the school district he has to battle. music has always been the light of nick's life. sadly a recent cancer diagnosis has dimmed it leaving them facing their darkest hour. >> am i going to survive this? what's my family going to do? >> the forest lakes elementary schoolteacher learned about his stage 4 rectal cancer at christmas. he opted not to join the sick bank offered at open enrollment. between treatment and surgeries he needs four weeks covered. >> i'm finishing up my first round of radiation and three streams left and four to six weeks of no treatment and then surgery and another six to eight weeks of chemo. >> monday night the music teacher went before the board of education armed with 97 signatures from fellow teacher. >> allow us to donate our dates to have peace of mind that he has sick days as he fights this battle. >> it's an hr matter. the district wouldn't comment but his hear
pttorneys.... now.. the 3 trial again.. but this time... 3 3 (nick)"its a huge victory for us, " defeeseeaatorneys predicc theeespinoza trials will be very difffeent this time around. for aamostt espinoza and adon canela have been in jail. thee were killing hree yoong relatives. now, less then a month &&pbeforeethe hird round of trials begins... a judge ruues -3 áppe recorded testimonyá from aakey witness for thee prosecution... is not admissible. (guadeloupe saying & something in spanish) aater witnnss.. guadeloupe hernaadez aad hee husband... hectto... wwre ddported to mexico, where she hirrd a hitman to - kill hhctor. now she's serving time.. (brian -3murphy)"theyre onna have to get her herr from mexico where shes doing a sentence for murder or they cant use anything she said in the last ruled ooher evideece is not -3 pdmissible. (nick)"theres some dna evidencc thht was &allegedly recooeree froo ssme -gloves found innthe car that we aaways argged were scientiiically iinvlid that 3 with" defense attorneys ssy & r
to identify unless they know you're there right now. sounds like they installed those cameras just in the nick of time. >> with this camera system, they say 400 burglars have been caught. >> a lot of guys locked up say what are you in for? motion sensor got me, bro. >> same here. >>> this captured the moment a falcon captures a hawk. it is extremely dangerous. you see the falconer, walking up to the hawk. against the wall. do you see it? >> why is it not flying away? >> we can't tell if the hawk is trapped or not, but it's not moving away from where it is. carefully you see the hawk spread its wings, obviously very scared about what's going to happen, but a falconer puts a towel over the hawk. he very smoothly picks up this hawk, amazingly. you do see him wearing the gloves. he handles it a little bit, then gets back up and starts walking towards the guys that are holding the camera. >> this is -- >> it may be hard, but definitely looks mad. like she's trying to take a bite out of that guy's nose. >> she let me get her that easy, she's definitely hurt or something. >> he did say he was going t
trick to members of rick springfield to stevie nicks. >> stephen: all people who recorded at the studio. >> yes and i asked to talk to them and i wound up with 40 interviews and i turned into an actual film. >> stephen: this soundboard in front this is the impetus. this started this thing rolling here. what is that? >> it's a mixing console. rupert needs made mixing desks in the 70s. still makes recording equipment. these are considered the cadillac of recording equipment. they sound great, great for rock music and simple. this say custom ordered board that everyone from evel knievil to tom petty to rage against the machine, charles manson recorded at sound city. the story is completey nutted. >> stephen: seriously. did evel knievil jump this board over charles manson? >> that's a movie. >> stephen: the guy offered to sell the board. >> i heard they were closing and because i considered that board to be responsible from where i am today. i said i would be honored to tell it if you want to silt. >> stephen: does it have a story to tell? >> the first thing we had to do when we got it is s
. >> now, our nick valencia is here with me today. nick, you were out in los angeles. it seems a little bit odd that people would actually support a cop killer. what is going on exactly? >> not just a cop killer, deb. let's not forget, he killed two innocent civilians as well, the daughter of the man that defended him during his appeal process as well as her fiance. there were 50 families receiving security detail. it wasn't just police officers he was going after the. i spoke with some of the dorner supporters saying we don't necessarily support dorner's actions but we do support he was trying to call out core running in the los angeles police department and using this as an opportunity to leverage those claims. last week, when i was in los angeles, i spoke to los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa and asked him if dorner should hub given any credence or legitimacy. take a listen. >> there is nothing, absolutely nothing, that was done to this individual that would rationalize in any way the murder of three innocent people. the notion that somehow this deranged individual should be given an
that moves: the real american war in vietnam," by nick turse. as all of us know, there have been many memorable accounts of the terrible things done in vietnam, memoirs, histories, documentaries and movies. but nick turse has given us a fresh holistic work that stands alone for its blending of history and journalism, for the integrity of research brought to life through the diligence of first-person interviews. those interviews skillfully unlock the memories of american warriors and expose the wounds that to this day scar the hearts and minds of villagers who survived the scorched earth of vietnam. here is a powerful message for us today, a reminder of what war really costs. ironically, nick turse wasn't even around as the vietnam war raged. he was born in 1975, the year it ended. not until 25 years later, while pursuing his phd in sociomedical sciences, did he discover the secret trove of documents that sent him on this long search. in addition to two earlier books and countless articles and essays, nick turse is managing editor of tomdispatch.com -- the indispensable website if you
targeted. nick setyan joins us now. he's restaurant analyst at wedbush securities. >> susie: so, nick, you told me you were disappointed when the numbers first came out on chichipotle, and after you listened in, you were encouraged. what is that? >> they had already announced the quarter. when i saw the unit growth, that was disappointing to me because lastiÍa they opened 180 units, and that signifies to me not only a slowing growth rate on the unigrowth side, but a slowing in terms of the absolute number of openings. that indicates a little bit of overpenetration. when i had conversations with some of the managers, they tell me one of the biggest things for slowing transaction trends is that there is a store that opens up next door. >> susie: all right. they are trying -- they announced they are going to be trying some new menu options, vegetarian food. they're going to have a catering business. is this going to help them to stay ahead of the competition? they're also opening more stores. >> the caters business, certainly, could actually be a game changer. i think every 20 they sell per
for the paparazzi? tonight nick watt takes us inside their game. how are they tipped off? it's the little things in life that make me smile. spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with just a few dabs, it's clinically proven to seal out more food particles so you're more comfortable and confident while you eat. so it's not about keeping my dentures in, it's about keeping the food particles out. [ charlie ] try zinc free super poligrip. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you
officials meet. for more on that and the outlook for international investing, we turn now to nick colas, chief market strategist of convergex group. >> susie: hi, nick. let me start by asking you more about this currency issue. you know it is very intricate and complicated for most individual investors to understand. what is the risk if this currency issue escalates? >> yeah. it is a very good question. there are really two risks that investors need to worry about. the first is that these currency wars only benefit one country, the country that is weakening its currency. it creates a lot of volatility and uncertainty in the rest of the global market. the actors who want to invest in the market, consumers and companies, get worried that currency volatility is going to make the future less predictable. that's problem number one. problem number two is it interferes with the co hegence concerns, when you have one country trying to get over on another country by weakening its currency, that kind of cohesion tends to erode. and both things end up slowing global growth and endangering what is
! ♪ (laughter) ♪ your turn nick! i spy with my little eye something that is... stripy! a stripy beach ball, nick! right, sally! your turn! i spy with my little eye... something else that's stripy! i know. (giggles) my mom's stripy shirt! (giggles) i spied something else that's striped. hmm, something else? oh the cat's hat! what's that about my hat? it's the cat! the cat in the hat! we're looking for stripy things. ooh, i love stripy things! especially my hat! there are so many different stripes everywhere you look. there are! i know...let's go on a stripy safari and see if we can find a new stripe that i like better! you're mother will not mind at all if you do! alright! [giggles] mom? can we go on a stripy safari with the cat in the hat to help him find some new stripes? a stripy safari? (laughs) sure! i just love stripes! (giggles) we can go! we can go! we can go! we can go! i know. i know! to the thingamajigger. it's time for our stripy safari. buckle up! [honk] ♪ flick the jiggermawhizzer! [boing] [honk] [pop] ♪ isn't this f
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